Learn the tricks of paying compliments.

Instructions

Do the Preparation task first. Then watch the video. Next go to Task and do the activity. If you need help, you can read the transcript at any time.

Watch the video

Watch the video and find out if your predictions from the Preparation task are correct?

If you need help you can click on Read transcript below and read along while you watch the video.

Task

Put the topics of the conversation in the order you hear them.

Exercise

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Discussion

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Comments

Well, when I receive a compliment I get embarrassed. So It is very difficult to me to receive a compliment.
And about the other question this activity it was very nice.

Bye.

why do you feel embarrassed when you received a compliment? i though when someone do that, it means they care about you.

Be nice with your boss.

that is great sit but i need someone speak to me to improve my out sound if this available here

Hello Ahmedblex,

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Why can't i play the video?

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Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Very useful video, thank you. I think, if you are polite and have good manners it is easy for you to pay compliment. In foreign language you need to know some idioms and phrases so that is a reason why these video and exercises so helpful. For me it is easy to pay compliment in my native langauage but it is a bit harder to accept them. May be because I am modest? :)

nice this site..

hi all members. i ìd like to know some things:

1) Thanks for noticing! tihis expression refers to the past , doesn't it?

2)it looks great with the outfit, the question is may i use seem with adjectives and nouns like look o i can use only with infinitive e.g. we seem to have so much of weather in italy.
3) You’re being modest! it is a present continuos in passive form, isn't it? but he might say: you're modest what is the different?

regards

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